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F37 Factory
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A stencil-style font developed from letters etched into marble on the walls of an historic former Hovis flour mill in Ramsgate, Kent.

F37 Factory was inspired by lettering found in what was once a Hovis flour mill in Ramsgate. Throughout the building, which was designed by the architect E W Pugin, there was stencil-style typography beautifully etched into marble.

F37 Factory was originally conceived for a commercial development project for Want Marketing and commissioned by London design studio Bold & Bold.

Published In

2019

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OTF, TTF, WOFF WOFF2, EOT

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F37 Factory

Hairline
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F37 Factory

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F37 Factory

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F37 Factory

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F37 Factory

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  • F37 Factory

    Hairline
    The Factory was Andy Warhol's New York City studio, which had three different locations. The original Factory was on the fifth floor at 231 East 47th Street, in Midtown Manhattan. The Factory became a meeting place of artists and musicians such as Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, and Mick Jagger, as well as writer Truman Capote. Andy Warhol commented on mainstream America through his art while disregarding its conservative social views. Almost all his work filmed at the Factory featured nudity, graphic sexuality, drug use, same-sex relations and transgender characters in much greater proportion to what was being shown in mainstream cinema. By making the films, Warhol created a sexually lenient environment at the Factory for the "happenings" staged there, which included fake weddings between drag queens, porn film rentals, and vulgar plays.

    F37 Factory

    Thin
    The Factory was Andy Warhol's New York City studio, which had three different locations. The original Factory was on the fifth floor at 231 East 47th Street, in Midtown Manhattan. The Factory became a meeting place of artists and musicians such as Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, and Mick Jagger, as well as writer Truman Capote. Andy Warhol commented on mainstream America through his art while disregarding its conservative social views. Almost all his work filmed at the Factory featured nudity, graphic sexuality, drug use, same-sex relations and transgender characters in much greater proportion to what was being shown in mainstream cinema. By making the films, Warhol created a sexually lenient environment at the Factory for the "happenings" staged there, which included fake weddings between drag queens, porn film rentals, and vulgar plays.

    F37 Factory

    Light
    The Factory was Andy Warhol's New York City studio, which had three different locations. The original Factory was on the fifth floor at 231 East 47th Street, in Midtown Manhattan. The Factory became a meeting place of artists and musicians such as Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, and Mick Jagger, as well as writer Truman Capote. Andy Warhol commented on mainstream America through his art while disregarding its conservative social views. Almost all his work filmed at the Factory featured nudity, graphic sexuality, drug use, same-sex relations and transgender characters in much greater proportion to what was being shown in mainstream cinema. By making the films, Warhol created a sexually lenient environment at the Factory for the "happenings" staged there, which included fake weddings between drag queens, porn film rentals, and vulgar plays.

    F37 Factory

    Regular
    The Factory was Andy Warhol's New York City studio, which had three different locations. The original Factory was on the fifth floor at 231 East 47th Street, in Midtown Manhattan. The Factory became a meeting place of artists and musicians such as Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, and Mick Jagger, as well as writer Truman Capote. Andy Warhol commented on mainstream America through his art while disregarding its conservative social views. Almost all his work filmed at the Factory featured nudity, graphic sexuality, drug use, same-sex relations and transgender characters in much greater proportion to what was being shown in mainstream cinema. By making the films, Warhol created a sexually lenient environment at the Factory for the "happenings" staged there, which included fake weddings between drag queens, porn film rentals, and vulgar plays.

    F37 Factory

    Medium
    The Factory was Andy Warhol's New York City studio, which had three different locations. The original Factory was on the fifth floor at 231 East 47th Street, in Midtown Manhattan. The Factory became a meeting place of artists and musicians such as Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, and Mick Jagger, as well as writer Truman Capote. Andy Warhol commented on mainstream America through his art while disregarding its conservative social views. Almost all his work filmed at the Factory featured nudity, graphic sexuality, drug use, same-sex relations and transgender characters in much greater proportion to what was being shown in mainstream cinema. By making the films, Warhol created a sexually lenient environment at the Factory for the "happenings" staged there, which included fake weddings between drag queens, porn film rentals, and vulgar plays.

    F37 Factory

    Bold
    The Factory was Andy Warhol's New York City studio, which had three different locations. The original Factory was on the fifth floor at 231 East 47th Street, in Midtown Manhattan. The Factory became a meeting place of artists and musicians such as Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, and Mick Jagger, as well as writer Truman Capote. Andy Warhol commented on mainstream America through his art while disregarding its conservative social views. Almost all his work filmed at the Factory featured nudity, graphic sexuality, drug use, same-sex relations and transgender characters in much greater proportion to what was being shown in mainstream cinema. By making the films, Warhol created a sexually lenient environment at the Factory for the "happenings" staged there, which included fake weddings between drag queens, porn film rentals, and vulgar plays.
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    We offer a range of licences on our website to suit different projects, needs and budgets. If you’d like to discuss developing a brand font with us, please get in touch.

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    With our Desktop Licence, you can install our OpenType (OTF) font software on your desktop computer or laptop (Mac or Windows compatible).
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    This allows bespoke licensing for Application, Broadcast, Brand Identity, ePublishing, Gaming, Merchandise, OEM, Server Licences, and more.
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